The Vessel Odalisque
Tasmanian owner Pieter van der Woude’s custom-built twenty-metre expedition cruise vessel is designed for the comfort and safety of guests. Cruising with a maximum of 10 guests overnight, or 40 guests for day cruises, the Odalisque has three private cabins, a comfortable entertaining and dining area and three spacious outside decks for sightseeing, photography or sunset barbecues. The galley consists of a contemporary spacious kitchen with an island bench, sofa seating and large open windows to relax and enjoy the spectacular scenery or watch the chef cook up a storm. The open plan saloon area allows panoramic views, has plenty of lounging capacity and a large dining area for a leisurely dining experience. A true boutique floating hotel, it’s perfect if you’re eager for adventure but not so keen on roughing it.
Odalisque on the Derwent River
View from the lounge into the kitchen and outside.
Guests in the kitchen area
Open plan lounge area
Modern & spacious kitchen leads into the lounge
Guests admire the panoramic views from the lounge table.
‘The Maria’ Deluxe Cabin: 1 x Double Bed + 1 x Single Bed with Ensuite
‘The Clyde’ Deluxe Cabin: 1 x Double Bed with Ensuite
‘The Arthur’ Standard Twin Cabin: 1 x Double Bed + 1 x Single Bed with shared bathroom
‘Davey’ Cabin: 1 x Double Bed + 1 x Single Bed with shared bathroom
Single Supplements: 6 x Single Bed with shared bathroom
‘The Maria’ Deluxe Twin Cabin
‘The Arthur’ Standard Twin Cabin
‘The Clyde’ Deluxe Cabin